My Sister’s Attic acquires unique 24-carat gold, 350-pound chandelier

The 5-foot long, 350-pound chandelier. (Submitted photo)

The 5-foot long, 350-pound chandelier. (Submitted photo)

My Sister’s Attic, a Valley consignment store for home furnishings, recently got its hands on a one-of-a-kind chandelier.

According to a press release, the Baccarat crystal chandelier is 350 pounds and 5 feet long.

“The Baccarat chandelier is truly a special and unique piece,” stated Ann Siner, founder and owner of My Sister’s Attic in the release. “We come across hundreds of items daily, but this is definitely one that will go to a special buyer who is a looking for a collector’s item.”

(Submitted photo)

(Submitted photo)

Previously owned by the flamboyant Leona Helmsley, dubbed the “Queen of Mean”, the 5-foot long chandelier once hang in the Helmsley’s Paradise Valley home, and was later acquired by a Valley restaurateur, who paid nearly $30,000 for the dazzling piece. Its spectacular twin is currently hanging in the Plaza Hotel New York City.

Collectors will have the chance to purchase the eye-catching item for just of fraction of its value. The chandelier is expected sell for $14,995 at My Sister’s Attic, according to the release. It was previously appraised for $55,000.

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